Why Study Latin, Pars Tritia: The Sheep and The Wolf

I argued in a previous post that love of neighbor is the only hope we have for a social renewal and that this love of neighbor has to escape the abstract thinking that empowers centralized meddlers and world-changers by giving them the tools to manipulate people with terms like "rights," "equality," and even "love."
Then I stated the obvious: that if schools are going to contribute to that love of neighbor, they will need to replace the vacuous twaddle used to impose moral relativism on children with something richer: Latin. Some folks wanted to know what Latin has to do with love of neighbor, so I found an example of a portion of what I am talking about. Here it is: Haedus et Lupus  
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Andrew  Kern

Andrew Kern

Andrew Kern is the founder and president of The CiRCE Institute and the co-author of the book,  Classical Education: the Movement Sweeping America

Ita'st, sed quoque tritia. Est prava adnominatio.

hahaha nice ending!

I believe that you mean, "Pars tertia."

May 16, 2012


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